Kia hora te mannoKia whakapapa paumamu te moanaKia tere te KarohirohiMay the calm be widespreadMay the sea glisten like the greenstoneAnd may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways
I can't wait to see Hellebores here, the kind I have won't bloom for at least a couple of months though. I've had one little Primrose blooming almost all year.
I feel such a great freedom since I put my second blog on hold indefinitly! It makes the Mistaya blog a lot more fun to do.Your little blossoms are so pretty and what a pretty surprise for this time year.Hugs, Gail
When blogging begins to feel like a chore it's time for a break...nice winter flowers.
I would love to grow primrose. Like hostas, (here in Central Texas) if you plant them they will come: snails.
How wonderful!I like the Maori saying at the top of your blog. :)Rosey
I only discovered the joy of hellebores last year! I am really looking forward to the upcomming blooms!
Hi Jennifer, I've noticed a few buds on my hellebore too! This means spring can't be far off, right? Blogging and blog reading, although infinitely enjoyable must sometimes go to the back burner. I think we're all in the same boat.
How exciting! Those buds are almost as lovely as the blooms!
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